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Edge UXSS Flaw – Daily Security Byte

A security researcher has found a new flaw in Microsoft’s Edge browser that allows attackers to access content from other domains you have open in your browser, or to act as you on those domains. For instance, if you click a specially crafted link, the attacker could tweet as you, assuming you have Twitter opened in […] Read More - Edge UXSS Flaw – Daily Security Byte

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
Wi-Fi Hacking: Serious Threats You Might be Missing

According to Cisco’s 2016 VNI report, Wi-Fi now accounts for 60 percent of all connections to the internet and they estimate that the number of public Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide will grow to 540 million in 2021. But with more and more people...

Security Updates by The Editor
Top Security Trends for 2017 Include IoT, Encryption and AI

At RSA 2017, thousands of corporate executives looked to hundreds of security vendors to identify the most important cyber security issues for them to address in the coming year. A recent Forrester report discusses the current state of security vendors’ offerings at the 2017 RSA Conference and identifies the top 14 cybersecurity trends for […] Read More - Top Security Trends for 2017 Include IoT, Encryption and AI

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When are ISPs Responsible for Cybersecurity?

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Comcast, Charter or Century Link could dramatically affect their customers’ security if they chose to, but how should they use this great power responsibly? In a recent Dark Reading article, WatchGuard...

Security Updates by The Editor
New Tusayan Malware Targets WordPress, Joomla and Magento

Attention WordPress, Joomla and Magento content management system users. There’s a new dual threat malware that not only steals administrative privileges, but also takes computer files and makes them public. Identified by SiteLock and named...

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Two Car Hacks – Daily Security Byte

The week has barely begun and there are already two car-related hacks in the news. First, a group of Chinese security researchers found a cheaper way hack a car key’s wireless communications. While these electronic theft techniques existed...

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
Linksys Router 0day – Daily Security Byte

Researchers from IOActive found a number of security vulnerabilities in popular models of Linksys consumer and small business routers. Some of the vulnerabilities allow attackers to launch a denial of service (DoS) attack, and others allow...

Security Updates by Corey Nachreiner
How Can Automation Improve Security?

A prior Secplicity blog post explored the potential of cloud security. Automation is one of the most important reasons to move applications to the cloud. By design, third-party cloud platforms can automate manual tasks to deploy, monitor and...

Security Updates by Teri Radichel
Does Your New Virtual Assistant Device Pose a Security Risk?

Hey Siri, do “always listening” virtual assistants carry serious security and privacy risks? According a recent CSO Online article, nearly 50 percent of IT professionals think so. Though these products provide a ton of convenience and are just...

Security Updates by The Editor
WatchGuard Threat Detection and Response

The newest WatchGuard Security Service, Threat Detection and Response (TDR), correlates network and endpoint security events with threat intelligence to detect, prioritise, and enable immediate action against your threats.

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